Hey there Spork fans!
This weekend, September 15 and 16, i'll be at Stan Lee's Comikaze!! Booth number 323. comikazeexpo.com/
I'll be selling prints and doodling some commission sketches along with my partner in crime
Fellow do gooders and swell artist
will also be attending the event.
Why should you go to this con, even if you're not a fan of my work, you say?? Well howz about the Zombie Apocalypse obstacle course!?!?!?!! Not a fan of zombies? Well i'm sure you're a fan of Adam West a.k.a Batman and mayor of Quahog from Family Guy. If you're as big of an Elvira fan as me then you'll find lots of enjoyment in the Elvira Movie Macabre Museum! Now if you got that Comikaze tattoo last year that gets you in the con for free, then you have no excuse not to go!
So come on by, have fun and feel free to stop on by and say howdy to me......... and bring money! (Monopoly money, bottle caps, seashells and pogs will not be accepted as currency unfortunately)
Just recently saw Batman Live www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2uj1w…
I had my doubts about it but i found it plenty entertaining and well done for what it was. It has Schumacher visuals to it all but it works very well for the stage and for the young demographic it aims to please. Though Batman's story has been retold over and over, they do a successful job at still making it interesting and painless.
All of Batman's major villains make an appearance, but like always, the Joker stands out from the crowd. The actor that played the Joker, when I watched it, was successfully able to depict his own version of the mad clown without having to emulate previous portrayals of him. Along with the Joker, Harley Quinn was present and was equally enjoyable to watch in action. From the way she calls the Joker "puddin" to how she walks around the stage on her tip toes with a giant mallet in hand.
Batman Live has the potential of being something great on the Broadway level if things were a bit more fine tuned. Till then it is still an enjoyable show to see for all Batman fans.